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Review of Maritime Transport 2011 - Unctad

Review of Maritime Transport 2011 - Unctad

STATISTICAL ANNEX 201

STATISTICAL ANNEX 201 Annex V. Container port throughput for maritime economies, 2008 and 2009 (in TEU) Country or territory of ownership 2008 2009 Rank (2009) Albania 46 798 68 780 114 Algeria 225 140 247 986 88 Antigua and Barbuda 32 562 29 150 123 Argentina 1 997 146 1 626 351 42 Aruba 140 000 125 000 107 Australia 6 098 405 6 196 745 20 Austria 335 173 290 466 82 Bahamas 1 702 000 1 297 000 43 Bahrain 269 331 239 705 91 Bangladesh 1 091 200 1 182 121 50 Barbados 87 255 75 015 113 Belgium 10 937 134 9 701 494 13 Belize 38 211 31 344 122 Benin 300 000 267 000 85 Brazil 7 238 976 6 574 617 18 Brunei Darussalam 90 366 85 577 111 Bulgaria 203 253 136 444 101 Cambodia 258 775 207 577 93 Cameroon 270 000 240 300 90 Canada 4 720 663 4 190 157 28 Cayman Islands 36 644 44 215 120 Chile 3 164 137 2 795 989 33 China 115 060 978 107 492 861 1 China, Hong Kong SAR 24 494 229 21 040 096 4 China, Taiwan Province of 12 971 224 11 352 097 11 Colombia 1 969 316 2 056 747 39 Costa Rica 1 004 971 875 687 56 Côte d'Ivoire 713 625 677 029 60 Croatia 168 761 130 740 105 Cuba 319 000 283 910 84 Cyprus 416 970 353 913 78 Congo 321 000 285 690 83 Denmark 740 682 621 546 63 Djibouti 356 462 519 500 69 Dominican Republic 1 138 471 1 263 456 44 Ecuador 670 831 1 000 895 52 Egypt 6 099 218 6 250 443 19 El Salvador 156 323 126 369 106 Estonia 180 927 130 939 103 Finland 1 605 442 1 113 253 51 France 4 671 989 4 490 583 25 French Guiana 45 000 40 050 121 French Polynesia 70 336 63 807 115 Gabon 158 884 130 758 104 Georgia 253 811 181 613 96 Germany 17 178 075 13 280 552 9

202 Annex V. Container port throughput for maritime economies, 2008 and 2009 (in TEU) REVIEW OF MARITIME TRANSPORT 2011 Country or territory of ownership 2008 2009 Rank (2009) Ghana 555 009 493 958 71 Greece 672 522 935 076 54 Guadeloupe 170 729 142 692 100 Guam 167 784 157 096 98 Guatemala 937 642 906 326 55 Honduras 669 802 571 720 67 Iceland 267 151 193 816 94 India 7 672 457 8 011 810 15 Indonesia 7 404 831 7 243 557 16 Iran (Islamic Republic of) 2 000 230 2 206 476 37 Ireland 1 043 744 817 305 58 Israel 2 089 900 2 033 000 40 Italy 10 530 214 9 532 462 14 Jamaica 1 915 943 1 689 670 41 Japan 18 943 606 16 285 918 5 Jordan 582 515 674 525 61 Kenya 615 733 618 816 64 Kuwait 961 684 854 044 57 Latvia 225 467 184 399 95 Lebanon 861 931 994 601 53 Libyan Arab Jamahiriya 174 827 155 596 99 Lithuania 373 263 247 982 89 Madagascar 143 371 132 278 102 Malaysia 16 024 829 15 671 296 7 Maldives 53 650 56 000 118 Malta 2 407 332 2 323 941 35 Mauritania 57 478 62 269 116 Mauritius 454 433 406 862 75 Mexico 3 312 713 2 874 287 32 Morocco 919 360 1 222 000 49 Mozambique 241 237 214 701 92 Myanmar 180 000 160 200 97 Namibia 183 605 265 663 86 Netherlands 11 362 089 10 066 374 12 Netherlands Antilles 102 082 97 913 109 New Caledonia 119 661 119 147 108 New Zealand 2 295 575 2 302 894 36 Nicaragua 63 030 59 471 117 Nigeria 72 500 87 000 110 Norway 331 054 318 924 81 Oman 3 427 990 3 768 045 29 Pakistan 1 938 001 2 058 056 38 Panama 5 129 499 4 597 112 23 Papua New Guinea 250 252 257 740 87 Paraguay 9 317 7 045 125 Peru 1 235 326 1 232 849 48

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    x REVIEW OF MARITIME TRANSPORT 2011

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    xii SADC Southern African Developme

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    2 A. WORLD ECONOMIC SITUATION AND P

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    10 Figure 1.2. International seabor

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    14 growth in oil demand, coupled wi

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    24 Table 1.8. Estimated cargo flows

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    26 2. Energy security, oil prices a

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    64 A. OVERVIEW OF THE DETERMINANTS

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    78 Table 3.6. Container ship time c

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    86 A. PORT DEVELOPMENTS 1. Containe

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    92 In Costa Rica, APMT won a 33-yea

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    102 4. Railways transport developme

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    110 A. IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTS IN TR

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    112 Exercise of the right of arrest

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    118 By contrast, a number of other

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    120 the IMO Maritime Safety Committ

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    124 Box 5.1. The International Ship

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